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Chloë Hanslip    violinist

 

Gramophone Magazine "Choice" July 2013
"There's a wholly infectious conviction, spontaneity and panache about these superbly accomplished performances that lend them special distinction"

Chloë Hanslip (b. 1987) has already established herself as an artist of distinction on the international stage. Prodigiously talented, she made her BBC Proms debut in 2002 and her US concerto debut in 2003, and has performed at major venues in the UK (Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall), Europe (Vienna Musikverein, Hamburg Laeiszhalle, Paris Louvre and Salle Gaveau, St Petersburg Hermitage) as well as Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Arts Space in Tokyo and the Seoul Arts Centre.

Her performances have included the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic, Beethoven Orchester Bonn, City of Birmingham Symphony, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, London Mozart Players, Lahti Symphony, Moscow State Symphony, Norwegian Radio, Real Filharmonia Galicia, Vienna Tonkünstler Orchester, Hamburg Symfoniker, Czech National Symphony, Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI, Orchestra Regionale Toscana, Helsingborg Symphony, Royal Flemish Philharmonic and the Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra. Further afield her engagements include the Cincinnati Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Houston Symphony, Tokyo Symphony, Malaysia Philharmonic, Adelaide Symphony, Auckland Philharmonina and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. She has collaborated with conductors such as Sir Neville Marriner, Sir Andrew Davis, Mariss Jansons, Paavo Järvi, Charles Dutoit, Michail Jurowski and Jeffrey Tate.

Chloë records for Hyperion and her first release on the label featured Violin Concertos by Vieuxtemps (Royal Flemish Philharmonic Orchestra/Brabbins). Her CD of York Bowen Sonatas with Danny Driver received recommendations from Gramophone (Choice) and The Strad and her other Hyperion recordings include Glazunov/Schoeck Concertos and Medtner Violin Sonatas. Other notable recordings included Bruch Concertos with the London Symphony Orchestra (Warner Classics) winning her the Echo Klassik Award for 'Best Newcomer' (2002) and 'Young British Classical Performer' at the Classical BRITS (2003), and a highly acclaimed recording of John Adams Violin Concerto with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Slatkin.

Hanslip's wide-ranging repertoire spans Concertos by Britten, Prokofiev, Beethoven, Brahms, Korngold, Barber, Bernstein, Delius, Mendelssohn, Bruch, Elgar, Tchaikovsky, Walton and Sibelius as well as contemporary works by  Adams,  Glass,  Corigliano, Nyman,  Huw Watkins,  Peter Maxwell




Davies and Brett Dean. A committed chamber musician, she is a regular participant in Open Chamber Music at Prussia Cove and at the Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival in Finland. Her recital partners include Angela Hewitt, Danny Driver, Igor Tchetuev and Charles Owen.

Highlights of the 2014-15 season include recitals in London (Wigmore Hall) and Tokyo, and concerto performances with the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony, Czech Philharmonic, Czech National Symphony, Bern Symphony, Bremen Philharmonic, Duisburg Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, BBC National Orchestra of Wales and in the USA with Phoenix and Alabama Symphony Orchestras.

Chloë studied for ten years with the Russian pedagogue Zakhar Bron. She has also worked with Christian Tetzlaff, Robert Masters, Ida Haendel, Salvatore Accardo, and Gerhard Schulz.

She plays a Guarneri del Gesu 1737.


RPO/Shelley, Cadogan Hall: SIBELIUS: Violin Concerto

“Chloë Hanslip was movingly intense from the outset – passionate, attacking and creating an almost breathless timelessness…there was a great attack in the third movement, with driving rhythms and a gutsy Hanslip soaring through the complex lines relentlessly and with great bravado and precision”

                                                                                                                                                        Backtrack 26 January, 2017


BBC Proms: BBCNOW/van Steen BERKELEY Violin Concerto - World Premiere

“Hanslip takes up the raw electric violin for the finale, a ferocious outpouring of rage and grief, though a quiet coda in which she reverts to the standard instrument brings the work to a close in a mood of resignation. Her performance can only be described as a tour de force.”

                                                                                                                                                        The Guardian, 28 July 2016


“But there’s nothing indeterminate about Berkeley’s fiercely personal Violin Concerto. Premiered the following night by BBCNOW and soloist Chloë Hanslip…With Hanslip as passionate, eloquent advocate the work hit hard, daring to make death beautiful in music whose songs strove constantly against the rumbling disagreements on timpani and tabla.”

                                                                                                                                                  The Independent, 28 July 2016


"Hanslip’s poetic touch kept every note she played alive and fresh whatever the violin, acoustic or electric"

                                                                                                                                                            The Times 29 July 2016


"Chloë Hanslip was an inspired choice to give the first performance. She demonstrated the emotional intensity that Berkeley was looking for, with a sweetness of tone and a sharpness that was crucial"

                                                                                                                                                            Bachtrack 29 July 2016


BBC NOW/Stern: ADAMS Dharma at Big Sur

“Far from finding it unsettling to be taken out of a comfortable parameter into a whole new aural zone, this audience was transported first by soloist Chloë Hanslip’s impassioned lyricism, and then by its ever-more ecstatic indulgence.”

                                                                                                                                                      The Guardian, 15 April 2016


Prague Symphony Orchestra/Inkinen: DVORAK Violin Concerto No 1

“Her ravishing legato phrasing in the Larghetto movement was matched by the exquisitely shaded passages for solo clarinet, bassoon and French horn. Hanslip conveys the grandeur of this concerto without ever imposing herself on the music.”

                                       Ilkley Gazette and Wharfedale & Aireborough Observer, November 2015


“Hanslip enjoyed a beautiful duet with the bassoons and was on top form in the finale laced with rumbustious tunes, building to one of Dvořák’s best endings.”

                                                                                                                                       The Stratford Herald, 3 December 2015



Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi/Schuldt: GOLDMARK Violin Concerto No 1

“There was something curiously English in Chloë Hanslip’s ripe sound….invested with profound poignancy. Hanslip coursed through the endless opening melody with joined-up eloquence, remoulding the sound in a magnification of the passage’s markings from cantabile to espressivo to dolce. A highly communicative player, Hanslip swayed her body during orchestral interludes and glanced behind at players to coordinate entries. In full flow she sang through the trills and leaping tritons with a boundless lyricism, mimicking an all-time tenor great with perfect breathe control. It was a performance remarkable for the depth of character on show. Hanslip emerged from the calm and flowered into quaver melodies producing a sound that was at once endlessly searching and arresting for its simplicity”

                                                                                                                                                   Bachtrack, 28 September 2015


“The three movement Goldmark concerto starts simply and then gradually sets off into an increasing whirlwind. Chloë Hanslip’s strength of character was evidently displayed as she played scales with a fast and formidable virtuosity, receiving rapturous applause from the audience for a piece little known to most”

                                                                                                                                                    Recensito, 28 September 2015

                       


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